Learning Package for SBCC Facilitator's Guide
This is a six-module learning package for facilitated, face-to-face workshops on social and behavior change communication (SBCC). Designed for communication practitioners in small and medium-sized development organizations, the modules comprise the following downloadable documents: 1) Practitioner's Handbook for each module, 2) Facilitator’s Guide for each module along with an overall Facilitator's Preparation, and 3) Additional Resources. Module 0 introduces participants to SBCC. Modules 1 through 5 focus on one distinct step of C-Planning: 1: Understanding the Situation, 2: Focusing & Designing, 3: Creating, 4: Implementing & Monitoring, and 5: Evaluating & Replanning. These modules focus on building essential SBCC competencies, feature practical tools, use field examples, and create opportunities for participants to apply what they learn to their own programs. Facilitators may adapt the content to learners’ profiles and the time available and substitute their own examples. Facilitator Preparation: Includes an overview of the approach, the course and resources for preparation, facilitation, field-testing, and evaluation.
This Facilitator Guide provides insight into the content and activities for each module.
More SBCC Learning Modules resources
- A Field Guide to Designing a Health Communication Strategy
- JHU/CCP Pathways Models
- A Learning Package for Social and Behavior Change Communication (Um Pacote De Aprendizagem Sobre Comunicação Para A Mudança Social E De Comportamento)
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Training
- Preventing HIV/AIDS among Adolescents through Integrated Communication Programming [Manual]
- Designing for Behavior Change For Agriculture, Natural Resource Management, Health and Nutrition [Workshop Curriculum]
- Leadership in Strategic Communication: Making a Difference in Infectious Disease and Reproductive Health
- The ENGAGE-TB Approach: Operational Guidance
- ENGAGE-TB: Implementation Manual
- From Awareness to Action A Guide for District and Block-level Functionaries to Implement Behavior Change Communication Programmes
March 25, 2019